Play It Safe by the Water Surfing For Girls back bigger and better in 2009

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The Play It Safe by the Water Surfing For Girls program is back this year to improve young surfers capabilities in the water

The Play It Safe by the Water Surfing For Girls program is back this year to improve young surfers capabilities in the water

(Torquay, VIC – Friday, 23th October 2009):
The Play it Safe by the Water Surfing For Girls program is back bigger and better this year with great sponsors and new locations!

The tour will be travelling around the state to 11 separate locations after adding the Mornington Peninsula as the final stop on the tour.

The program is aimed at the surfer who has passed the learn to surf stage and who owns their own equipment. Coaches will be on hand to instruct the girls in and out of the water and will help them develop strategies, which will enable them to become better surfers.

GRLmobile are back on board this year and are stoked to be a part of girls
surfing.

“As Australia’s mobile phone and broadband service for chicks, GRLmobile is
proud to be the co-presenting sponsor for this year’s Play it Safe by the water Surfing for Girls Program” said GRLmobile Marketing Manager, Emma Fulford.

“We love what this program stands for and the development opportunities it
provides for surfer girls Australia-wide. We can’t wait to hit the beach with all of this year’s participants”.

GRLmobile is the ultimate destination for phones, music, fashion and film
and is revolutionising the mobile phone and broadband experience by
delivering a serious-value service for females Australia-wide. Check out
GRLmobile.com for more details.

Also joining GRLmobile in Co-presenting the program is Oakley.

Oakley, Inc. is a sport and lifestyle brand, driven to ignite the imagination
through the fusion of art and science. Building on its legacy of innovative,
market-leading optical technology, the company manufactures and distributes
high performance sunglasses, prescription lenses and frames, goggles, apparel, footwear, and accessories. The essence of the brand is communicated through hundreds of professional and amateur athletes who depend on Oakley products to provide them with the very best while they redefine what is physically possible.

The program is proudly supported by Global Surf Industries, who will provide
demo boards for the girls to try out all day.

Global Surf Industries, the world’s largest surfboard distribution company,
operates from its world head quarters in Manly NSW, Australia. With a portfolio of 11 brands our wholly owned distribution operations in Australia and the USA are supported by a large network of distribution specialists in over 50 countries.

GSI’s company mantra is “Life is better when you surf”; it incorporates
everything that we appreciate about our life and the industry that we love to
work in. We know what a difference surfing has made in our lives and we love to share this.

To Register contact Surfing Victoria on (03) 52612907 or e-mail:
info@surfingvic.com. Registration forms can be downloaded from
www.surfingaustralia.com. You will need to organise your own surfing
equipment before the day, Surfing Victoria can provide you with details of hire
companies in your region.

Further details of the program and on site contacts:
Surfing Victoria Office (03) 52 612 907.

Full press release and high-res complimentary photos will be distributed before and at completion of day.

Program Dates and Locations:

Nov 30 Mallacoota
Dec 2 Lakes Entrance
Dec 3 Sandy Point
Dec 5 Inverloch
Dec 6 Phillip Island
Dec 8 Portland
Dec 9 Warrnambool
Dec 10 Apollo Bay
Dec 12 Torquay
Dec 13 Ocean Grove
Dec 14 Mornington Peninsula

Media Contact 
Surfing Victoria

Liam Robertson
Mob: 0431248474
Email: liamr@surfingvic.com


Max Wells
Mob: 0438 704 020
Email: max@surfingvic.com



Liam Robertson
SURFING VICTORIA

PO Box 230
Torquay VIC 3228

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